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  1. Have you tested the effectiveness of DE with fecal exams before and after? Because in my experience, it is 100% ineffective once wet, and upon ingestion DE gets wet! For external parasites such as mites, lice and fleas – or garden/household invaders such as ants and earwigs, it is definitely effective!!! Until it rains, or the night lays dew. But worms don't have exoskeletons, and DE is benign when wet, hence why it's sold as a nutritional supplement for silica.

    Wormwood – artemesia absinthium, on the other hand, is proven throughout history and I use that for internal parasites with great success, even on cocci in artificially incubated chicks when they go outdoors and get it.

  2. Use “food grade” diatomaceous earth!

    And it can (I’ve heard) cause g.i. Upset, so just be observant when giving it to your babies to make sure they do well with it ❤️

  3. Can we can take this for parasites?
    Does Ivermectin kill round worms, parasites other than heartworms, we give it to dogs monthly here in South Louisiana where mosquitoes are bad. Thank you for being here with us during these challenging times God Bless you and God Bless us all 💋💋💋🌷🌷🌷❣❣❣🙏🙏🙏🧚‍♀️🧚‍♀️🧚‍♀️🦋🦋🦋

  4. Praying for our Northern Friends!!🙏

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Residents heeded warnings to evacuate the capital of Canada's Northwest Territories as a wildfire burned toward the city of 20,000, while firefighters on Friday battled a growing fire that set homes ablaze in a city in British Columbia.
    Thousands of people in Yellowknife drove hundreds of kilometers (miles) to safety, with authorities guiding motorists through fire zones, or waited in long lines lines for emergency flights as the worst fire season on record in Canada showed no signs of easing.
    Airtankers flew missions overnight to keep the only route out of Yellowknife open. Meanwhile, a network of fire guards, sprinklers and water cannons was being established to try to protect the city from the fire, which had moved to within 15 kilometers (9 miles).
    “We’ve still got some really difficult days ahead. There’s no denying that," said Fire information officer Mike Westwick. He said winds from the north and northwest predicted for Friday and Saturday could "push the fires in directions we don’t want them to go.”
    Gas stations that still had fuel were open Friday morning, though the city was virtually empty, with one grocery store, a pharmacy and a bar still open.
    “It’s kind of like having a pint at the end of the world,” said Kieron Testart, who went door-to-door in the nearby First Nation communities of Dettah and NDilo to check on people. Indigenous communities have been hit hard by the wildfires, which threaten important cultural activities such as hunting, fishing and gathering native plants.
    Hundreds of kilometers (miles) south of Yellowknife, homes were burning in West Kelowna, British Columbia, a city of about 38,000, after a wildfire grew “exponentially worse” than expected overnight, the fire chief said.
    Residents had already been ordered to evacuate 2,600 properties, while another 4,800 properties were on evacuation alert. The BC Wildfire Service said the fire grew six times larger overnight and it stretches over 68 square kilometers (26 square miles).
    Some first responders became trapped rescuing people who failed to evacuate, said Jason Brolund, chief of the West Kelowna fire department, who said residents face another “scary night.” There was no known loss of life.
    In Yellowknife, northwest winds combined with minimal rain were complicating efforts to slow the fire — one of hundreds raging in the territories — which could reach the city limits by the weekend, emergency officials said. There was a chance of limited rain on Friday, but officials said it likely wouldn’t be enough to stop the fire.

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